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Kuroshio Dining Pearl Road
Pearl Road is a 23.8 km driveway that provides the amazing panorama of the beautiful beach of Shima Peninsula and the spacious view of the Pacific Ocean in the angle of 360 degrees, and it is selected as one of the best 50 roads of Japan. There are popular sightseeing spots like Toba observation tower and many restaurants along Pearl Road. Among those, Kuroshio Dining Pearl Road is highly recommended! Its menu contains a rich variety of dishes made with fresh seafood from Ise Shima and other areas over Japan. Donburi menu alone contains more than 60 kinds.
- 7-1 Uramuracho, Toba-shi, Mie
- Contact No.
- 45-min walk from Exit 1 of Kamo Station on Kintetsu Shima Railway
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 8:00 - 17:00Open all year round
- Official Website
- Other Information
- *Average price (one person): 1,000 yen -*Menu: Kin no Kyukyoku Kaisendon 4,500 yen, Tenkomori Kaisendon 1,980 yen, Ise-ebi Baked with Mayonnaise 1,980 yen
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Freshness is Always Secured!
The pride of Kuroshio Dining Pearl Road is undoubtedly fresh seafood! As they take out live seafood from a huge live box installed in the restaurant and cook them after receiving an order, you can always enjoy fresh seafood whenever you visit!
Donburi with Strong Impact
The restaurant’s most popular dish is Tenkomori Kaisendon (1,980 yen). This is a voluminous donburi (rice bowl with toppings) dish and the bowl is full of seafood topped till it overflows. All of the seafood is fresh, but especially the freshness of Japanese tiger prawns is outstanding! Japanese tiger prawn is daringly served alive on rice and a flouncing prawn on the bowl provides a strong visual impact!
Ultimate Kaisendon with Gorgeous Appearance
Kin no Kyukyoku Kaisendon (4,500 yen) is also a very popular dish in which crab, salmon roe, sea urchin, and whole of one Mie’s specialty Ise ebi (spiny lobster) are daringly served on rice! Fishes that have been swimming until just before cooked have springy feeling and must satisfy you not only in taste and also in appearance! This is a donburi worthy of the name of kyukyoku (meaning “ultimate”).